This beautiful 85 Key Kemble upright is currently located in our Cambridge showroom and is in fantastic condition. Ready for a new home, this piano has a beautifully warm tone with excellent response. Contact our experts to demo this piano today.
Kemble Pianos was established in 1911 by Michael Kemble. The company were originally based in London, then later moved Milton Keynes, England. Kemble’s factory was owned by Yamaha since the mid 1980′s. It sadly closed it's doors at the end of 2009 and moved production to Indonesia. The model above is the compact Kemble 'Classic' which is a shorter keyboard, having just 85 notes rather than the standard 88. This popular small piano is still a staple for anyone looking for a second hand instrument and has years of play left in it!
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